I was on a panel discussion in Tokyo recently on the future of LNG trading in Japan. Japanese utilities have had to become traders in LNG because of unfortunate over purchasing. Here's the implications for global gas markets.Duration: 8m 48s...
that key clauses of current LNG sales agreements are anti-competitive
, what will be the impact
on global gas markets?
For the past decade, particularly after the Fukushima disaster, Japan has purchased LNG in enormous volumes to meet its energy needs. But a variety of factors are converging to push Japan into the world of LNG trading. What's behind this pivot from importer to trader,...
APPEA returns to Brisbane
this year and the conference
(hopefully) will bring into focus the significant challenges
facing the industry and stimulate a lively discussion
about the future
. I think we're due for an industry reset
. Here's a quick review of the global setting
drivers and sector actions
, to set the scene for you.
The LNG 18 Conference
has come and gone
, and with it the delegates, booths, journalists and industry executives. The content
will live on in the 100mb of zipped presentations
and papers available for download
, but if you haven't the time nor the energy
to wade through it all, here are my five key take aways
from the sessions.
For the past decade, particularly after the Fukushima disaster
, Japan has purchased LNG in enormous volumes
to meet its energy needs. But a variety of factors are converging to push Japan into the world of LNG trading
. What's behind this pivot
from importer to trader, and what uncertainties
need to be sorted? I'm a panellist on an upcoming LNG trading forum in Tokyo
and here's a taste of what I think we'll be discussing.
What will be some of the critical questions facing the global LNG sector? The upcoming LNG18 conference in Perth will be the setting for global leaders in this important industry to discuss the future. This rare event is like the Olympics of the LNG world, and comes...
The world's most important LNG conference
is coming to Australia, and with it, the most important LNG producers
, the biggest LNG traders
, most important LNG consumers
, the largest suppliers
to the industry, government
officials, regulators, analysts
from around the world. What would you ask
if you had the opportunity to engage these key business leaders? Here's my list.
The Trans Pacific Partnership, a long negotiated freer trade agreement between 12 nations that have shorelines on the Pacific Ocean, has finally surfaced. What are its implications for participants in the natural gas business? Not a lot, it seems, based on my quick review, but...
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